remodeller

remodeller

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remodeler

n
a person who reconstructs or remodels something
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The Emigration Group based in Chester, has announced that the government have launched a recruitment drive to lure Britons to work in diverse jobs such as a Koala Catcher, Beer Taster, Shark Personality Profiler and Little Penguin Home Remodeller.
Other jobs on offer are for a Fairy Penguin home remodeller on Kangaroo Island, a shark personality profiler at Port Lincoln, and a "roo poo" harvester.
Skin Genesis and Collagen Remodeller brands are designed to counter balance the effects of aging by strengthening the underlying layers of skin.
And women who want a make-over must no longer say "re-looked" but use "remodeller".
The 40-year-old mounter and remodeller claims the satisfaction he gets from seeing a job through compensates for missing great goals.
Dent, "Chromatin modifiers and remodellers: regulators of cellular differentiation," Nature Reviews Genetics, vol.
DNMTs, histone modifiers, chromatin remodellers, and polycomb group proteins are well-cited epigenetic regulators implicated in latent EBV replication.
Roberts, "SWI/SNF nucleosome remodellers and cancer," Nature Reviews Cancer, vol.
For remodellers, the additional selling points are that moulded doors resist swelling, shrinking and splitting caused by seasonal weather changes.
The company is also offering many new kitchen styles for remodellers this year, including new kitchen sink ranges and taps in black and white finishes, which is expected to be a hot trend this year.